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  • 1.
  • 2. Members of the Pace University Strategic Planning Committee
    Stephen J. Friedman, President – Chair
    Sal Antolos, Student Government President, Westchester Campus
    Vincent Barrella, Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Taxation, and Chair of the New York Faculty Council
    Joseph R. Baczko, Dean, Lubin School of Business
    Geoffrey L. Brackett, DPhil (Oxon.) Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
    Alan Eisner, PhD, Professor of Management
    Harriet R. Feldman, PhD, Dean, Lienhard School of Nursing and Interim Dean, School of Education
    Margaret Fitzgerald, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology, and Chair of the Westchester Faculty Council
    Cindy Heilberger, Chief of Staff, Special Assistant to the Board of Trustees, Office of the President – Coordinator
    Nira Herrmann, PhD, Dean, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences
    Aseefa Ismail, Student Government President, NY Campus
    Steven L. Johnson, Associate Vice President of Student Services and University Registrar
    Susan W. Kayne, Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Communications
    Constance A. Knapp, PhD, Acting Dean, Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
    Paul Kurnit, Clinical Professor of Marketing
    Rona F. Levin, PhD, Professor of Nursing
    Mary Rose McCarthy, PhD, Associate Dean and Associate Professor, School of Education
    Susan Merritt, PhD, Dean, Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
    William Offutt, PhD, Associate Professor of History
    Jerrett Rashaad Perry, Student Government President, Westchester Campus
    Michelle Simon, Dean of the Law School
    Rick Whitfield, EdD, Executive Vice President for Finance and Planning, Chief Financial Officer
    Douglas Whiting, Vice President, University Relations
    Adelia Williams, PhD, Professor of Modern Languages and Cultures
    Representing the University’s Middle States Steering Committee
    Harold Brown, PhD, Co chair, Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies
    Barbara Farrell, EdD, Co chair, Associate Professor of Accounting
    Barbara Pennipede, Co chair, Assistant Vice President, Office of Planning Assessment, Research and Academic Support
    Members of the
    Trustees Strategic Planning Committee
    Aniello A. Bianco ’61 – Chair
    Donald L. Boudreau ’70
    Stephen J. Friedman
    Michael O’Reilly ’71
    Carol Raphael
    Ivan G. Seidenberg ’81
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  • 9. Number of High School Graduates
    1992-2022: Middle States
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. Advance Academic Programs
    Build a Culture of Community
    Create Vibrant, Distinctive, and Collegial Campus Identities
    Build a Strong Financial Foundation and an Efficient Infrastructure
    Enhance Pace’s Visibility
    Strengthen and Reinforce the Culture of Accountability
  • 13. Geoff Brackett, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
    Bill McGrath, Senior Vice President and Chief Administration Officer
    Toby Winer, Senior Vice President and Associate Treasurer
    Robina Schepp, Vice President for Enrollment and Placement
    Tom Torello, Vice President for University Relations
     
    Christine Meola, Vice President for Philanthropy
  • 14. Goal I: Advance Academic Programs
    Recruit, develop, and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty
    Build distinctive, high-quality academic programs
    Strengthen the student academic experience
    Develop and implement an educational technology plan
    Establish robust University Centers for Excellence
    Significantly increase adult education programs
  • 15. Goal I: Advance Academic Programs
    Recruit, develop, and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty
    Build distinctive, high-quality academic programs
    Strengthen the student academic experience
    Develop and implement an educational technology plan
    Establish robust University Centers for Excellence
    Significantly increase adult education programs
  • 16. Goal I: Advance Academic Programs
    Recruit, develop, and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty
    Build distinctive, high-quality academic programs
    Strengthen the student academic experience
    Develop and implement an educational technology plan
    Establish robust University Centers for Excellence
    Significantly increase adult education programs
  • 17. Goal I: Advance Academic Programs
    Recruit, develop, and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty
    Build distinctive, high-quality academic programs
    Strengthen the student academic experience
    Develop and implement an educational technology plan
    Establish robust University Centers for Excellence
    Significantly increase adult education programs
  • 18. Goal I: Advance Academic Programs
    Recruit, develop, and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty
    Build distinctive, high-quality academic programs
    Strengthen the student academic experience
    Develop and implement an educational technology plan
    Establish robust University Centers for Excellence
    Significantly increase adult education programs
  • 19. Goal I: Advance Academic Programs
    Recruit, develop, and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty
    Build distinctive, high-quality academic programs
    Strengthen the student academic experience
    Develop and implement an educational technology plan
    Establish robust University Centers for Excellence
    Significantly increase adult education programs
  • 20. Goal I: Advance Academic Programs
    Recruit, develop, and retain an outstanding and diverse faculty
    Build distinctive, high-quality academic programs
    Strengthen the student academic experience
    Develop and implement an educational technology plan
    Establish robust University Centers for Excellence
    Significantly increase adult education programs
  • 21. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    Strengthen the undergraduate experience for all students
    Enrich the faculty’s sense of community
    Improve understanding of and participation in University governance
    Enhance the professional development of staff
    Engage Pace alumni in diverse, meaningful, and enduring relationships with the University
  • 22. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    Strengthen the undergraduate experience for all students
    Enrich the faculty’s sense of community
    Improve understanding of and participation in University governance
    Enhance the professional development of staff
    Engage Pace alumni in diverse, meaningful, and enduring relationships with the University
  • 23. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    Strengthen the undergraduate experience for all students
    Enrich the faculty’s sense of community
    Improve understanding of and participation in University governance
    Enhance the professional development of staff
    Engage Pace alumni in diverse, meaningful, and enduring relationships with the University
  • 24. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    Strengthen the undergraduate experience for all students
    Enrich the faculty’s sense of community
    Improve understanding of and participation in University governance
    Enhance the professional development of staff
    Engage Pace alumni in diverse, meaningful, and enduring relationships with the University
  • 25. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    Strengthen the undergraduate experience for all students
    Enrich the faculty’s sense of community
    Improve understanding of and participation in University governance
    Enhance the professional development of staff
    Engage Pace alumni in diverse, meaningful, and enduring relationships with the University
  • 26. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    Strengthen the undergraduate experience for all students
    Enrich the faculty’s sense of community
    Improve understanding of and participation in University governance
    Enhance the professional development of staff
    Engage Pace alumni in diverse, meaningful, and enduring relationships with the University
  • 27. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    We will:
    Establish a comprehensive alumni relations program that engages all alumni in the life of the University
    Grow alumni financial support by building vigorous interest in the longer term vision of the University
    Double giving to the Annual Fund
    Complete the comprehensive campaign, continue fundraising for specific objectives, begin planning for the next campaign
  • 28. Goal II: Build a Culture of Community
    Pace’s Current Alumni Participation Rate – 4%
    Need 1,070 NEW donors to the Annual Fund for each 1% increase in Participation
    Participation Rate is tied to overall rankings in US News and World Report statistics
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  • 30. Goal III: Create Vibrant, Distinctive, and Collegial Campus Identities
  • 31. Goal III: Create Vibrant, Distinctive, and Collegial Campus Identities
    We will adopt a new master site plan
    Add technology-enabled classrooms, co-curricular spaces and improved facilities
    Build new residence halls
    Work with the village to establish a “college district”
  • 32. Goal III: Create Vibrant, Distinctive, and Collegial Campus Identities
    Adopt a master plan for campus that will move toward signature facilities for Lubin and Dyson
    Add technology-enabled classrooms, co-curricular spaces and improved facilities
    Determine if residential floors in 1 Pace Plaza should become classrooms and offices
    Develop a plan for a “campus district” within the neighborhood
    Provide living spaces for all residential students within walking distance
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  • 35. Goal IV: Build a Strong Financial Foundation and an Efficient Infrastructure
    Increase enrollment selectively and strategically
    Vigorously develop other revenue streams
    Strengthen the University’s financial foundation
    Redesign and improve business processes
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  • 40. Operating Revenue by SourceFiscal Year ended June 30, 2009
  • 41. Goal IV: Build a Strong Financial Foundation and an Efficient Infrastructure
    Increase enrollment selectively and strategically
    Vigorously develop other revenue streams
    Strengthen the University’s financial foundation
    Redesign and improve business processes
  • 42. Goal V: Enhance Pace’s Visibility
    Increase Pace’s outreach, regard, and recognition
    Expand and strengthen the University’s external relations
  • 43. Goal V: Enhance Pace’s Visibility
    Increase Pace’s outreach, regard, and recognition
    Expand and strengthen the University’s external relations
  • 44.
  • 45. Goal V: Enhance Pace’s Visibility
    Increase Pace’s outreach, regard, and recognition
    Expand and strengthen the University’s external relations
  • 46. Goal VI: Strengthen and reinforce a culture of accountability
    Establish and consistently use clear metrics to evaluate and strengthen the University’s programs, activities, and services
    Annually measure progress in achieving Pace’s strategic goals and objectives